We don't sell permits in this area!
iFiske does not yet sell fishing permit sfor this organisation. At this page, you'll only find information about the area. Of course, we hope to be able to sell the fishing permits for Vättern as well soon.
The water is covered by free hand fishing. Fishing with
Quantity-catching tools (for example, nets) may only be carried out in general
water. Trolling fishing and drag fishing are allowed in general
water and on individual water off the so-called open beach.
Because the northern archipelago area consists of individual water is required
fishing license for trolling fishing.
If you need tips and help with fishing in Vättern, you can turn
take you to any of the angling shops that are around the lake or
Contact a guide who can take you out on fishing.
For Vättern to remain a unique
lake with interesting fishing you must
comply with applicable fishing regulations. There are minimum dimensions, conservation times
and conservation areas for several of Vättern's fish species. addition
there are three fishing-free areas (see map). For a complete compilation
of the fishing rules that apply - visit www.svenskafiskeregler.se
or information boards placed around the lake. The county administrative boards
around Vättern conducts active fishing supervision in Vättern and in the lakes
streams. Large lake with varying environments means
many species of fish
Vättern, Europe's fifth largest lake, is a unique lake, with an equal
unique fish community. Due to the size of the lake and changing environments
there are 31 fish species in Vättern. In northern Vättern is widening
an archipelago area overlooks hundreds of islands, narrow straits and
bays. Farthest north - in Alsen, south of Askersund - is Vättern
nutritious and there is plenty of pike, while perch
and pike are the most common predators in the archipelago area.
Many carp fish species that are not visible in the actual Vättern occur
in the northern part of Vättern. South of the archipelago spreads Vättern
large water surface protrudes in the north-south direction. “You are not wise, you fish in
drinking water! "
A Japanese business traveler visiting Sweden was so surprised that
he only gaped as the fishing guide on the boat bent down and drank
a scoop of Vättern's pure water. A small catchment area i
relation to the lake's large surface and water depth (128 meters as
deepest) makes Vättern a nutrient-poor lake with great visibility
and cold, clean and oxygen-rich water. Therefore, many of the Vätterns
characteristic fish species - i.a. trout, grayling and trout species
which usually occurs further north. Sick, sickle and grouse
are also those in need of great depth and good oxygen content and are typical
species for the lake. Vätterrödingen - Sweden's most valuable
No species is as closely associated with Vättern as the great trout, one
of the world's most beautiful fish species. To witness the char game on shallow
Water in late autumn is an experience beyond the ordinary. Visit
for example, Huskvarna harbor at the end of October. Char males
in their brightly colored play suits patrolling the playgrounds
and often pass by near land. Besides being one
pleasing to the eye it tastes amazing and having one on the hook is
many fishermen's dream. Since 2004, there are three areas in Vättern
where fishing (such as cancer fishing) is completely prohibited. The ban
comprises about 15% of Vättern's total area and was added
as a result of increasingly poor fishing for char and whitefish. The fishing ban has in
combination with other measures contributed to the stock of char
recently recovered somewhat. The world's largest trout?
Originally, there were two strains of trout in Vättern - an upstream play
and a downstream play. At the beginning of the 20th century
a hydroelectric power plant was built in Motala stream which resulted in
the downstream migratory trout, formerly called Vätterlax,
could no longer reach their former playgrounds at the outlet of Vättern. One
of the world's largest adult trout strains were thus lost.
Salmon has been planted in Vättern since the 1970s to compensate for fishing
after the big trout. Trout and action
During the autumn, the trout will be looking up into the streams
to play, but in most streams the walking is hindered by different
types of pond buildings. Therefore, in recent years has
intensive action has been taken to improve the trout's situation.
In many rivers, obstacles have been fixed and fishing routes have been built.
Trout has now become an increasingly common catch in Vättern, both for
professional anglers and anglers. Sweden's southernmost grayling stock
In Vättern, Sweden's southernmost grayling stock is found. Often moving
they beach near shallow water in their hunt for food. During the spring
they play in the lower parts of the streams
and in some flooded places in the lake. The water's grayling stock has
in recent years has declined sharply. Because of the grayling stock
decline, investigations have begun and restrictions
introduced to limit fishing for grayling. Recreational fishing trolling
Many people go far to get out on Vättern and troll
salmon, trout and char. There are several boat ramps around the lake (see
map). Often you fish with a maximum of 10 baits behind
boat. Fishing with dead lie or wobbler works well. Winter fishing from land
If you do not have the opportunity to fish from a boat, land fishing can be
an alternative, especially during the colder months of the year. Then pipe
salmon, trout and char are often shallow and near land. Land fishing is
effective with coastal wobblers and narrow spoons or with tube fly
and throwing float. Spring fishing for the "crocodiles"
In early spring, anglers from all over Sweden gather in Vätterns
northern archipelago. Then they have the chance to catch the pike of their lives
largest fishermen gather for play. The Swedish pike record
(19.3 kg) was taken in northern Vättern in 1999. Trolling is the most
use the method in hunting the old pike, even if spinning fishing
with larger baits such as jerkbaits becoming more popular in recent years. Sunny summer fishing
In summer, land or boat fishing, especially after perch,
be nice. Look for places adjacent to ports or there
there is water vegetation and soil. Places where rivers flow
can also be interesting (just keep in mind that some such sites
are protected in the spring when they play). Try with spinners, jigs,
pimple or a classic mask myth. crayfish
The public is sometimes allowed to fish for crayfish in general
water. No time of year is there more boats out on the lake than
during the cancer fishing period. Cancer fishing - regardless of location in Vättern -
is subject to rules and it is your duty to make sure
that you follow the current rules - visit www.svenskafiskeregler.se
to keep you updated!
More information about Lake Vättern and fishing in Lake Vättern can be found on the Vättern Care Association's website, www.vattern.org
. Among other things, you will find information on conducted fish surveys.